A Group Of Young Agents And Brokers Provide Millennial Perspectives On Real Estate
Michael Slevin was named to the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices National REthink Council, a group of young agents and brokers who provide millennial perspectives on real estate. The REthink Council is an initiative that brings together innovative young agents and affiliates to generate fresh ideas and discuss insights, issues and trends happening in both national and local markets.
“This is a powerhouse group of young professionals from around the country working together to improve not only our network but the entire real estate industry. Leadership, technology, best practices and culture are just a few of the high-level topics this group is collaborating on to elevate our business,”said Slevin. “Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices continues to demonstrate innovative and thoughtful approaches to the business of real estate”. The council aims to bridge communication gaps with agents, affiliates and consumers of all ages and provide feedback to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices leadership. Through regular meetings and events, the council creates opportunities for robust real estate discussion and networking among peers.
“The younger generation is vital to the future of residential real estate,” explained Michael Slevin, broker/owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. “The objective of the REthink Council is to better understand this important group and define ways to best serve its disparate members.”
The REthink Council serves to promote leadership among its network; bridge generational communication gaps with agents, brokers and consumers; recruit and retain younger agents; and identify consumer trends in local markets across the country.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices formed the National REthink Council in November 2013. The national council is comprised of a group of members aged 35 and under who were selected from among the network for their achievements in real estate and their superior integrity, business acumen and drive.